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Dr. Jim Hu - Robotic Extraperitoneal Radical Prostatectomy Surgical Video With Narration

In this video, Jim C. Hu, MD, MPH presents a case of a patient who had prior surgery and was not offered a robotic assisted radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer. In this presentation, he demonstrates that a safe approach to surgery may be used in men with prior abdominal surgery, as well as men with a higher body mass index.

If you would like an appointment, please call us at (646) 962-9600. Dr. Jim C. Hu goes over some common questions many men have about prostate cancer surgery, a.k.a. radical prostatectomy.

Dr. Christopher Barbieri - Genomic Testing For Prostate Cancer Patients

To request an appointment with Dr. Barbieri in NYC, please call (212) 746-5562.

Dr. Barbieri discusses Genomic Testing For Prostate Cancer Patients, and how this may impact risk stratification and decision to pursue treatment(s).

To learn more about Dr. Barbieri, please visit our website at: https://urology.weillcornell.org/christopher-e-barbieri

Dr. Christopher Barbieri - Genetic Testing For Prostate Cancer Risk Assessment

To request an appointment with Dr. Barbieri in NYC, please call (212) 746-5562.

Dr. Christopher Barbieri discusses recent advances in genetic testing that allow patients to have blood or saliva sampled to help evaluate their risk of developing prostate cancer.

To learn more about prostate cancer, please visit our website at: https://urology.weillcornell.org/prostate-cancer

Dr. Jim Hu - How Does Prostate Cancer Affect a Man's Sexual Function?

If you would like an appointment, please call us at (646) 962-9600. Dr. Jim C. Hu goes over some common questions many men have about the impact of prostate cancer and treatment on sexual function and climax.

To request an appointment online to see an NYC prostate cancer specialist, please visit: https://urology.weillcornell.org/request-appointment

Dr. Jim Hu - Does Prostatectomy Cure Prostate Cancer?

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Dr. Jim C. Hu discusses various factors that contribute to whether a radical prostatectomy has a curative outcome in any given patient.

To request an appointment with an NYC Urologist specializing in prostate cancer at Weill Cornell Medicine, please visit: https://urology.weillcornell.org/request-appointment

Prostate Health

What is the prostate?

The prostate is a walnut-sized gland whose primary purpose is to help in a man's reproductive function. The location of the prostate is just underneath the bladder in men. Due to the location of the prostate gland and its adjacent anatomy, it occasionally will affect men's urinary control or cause urinary issues. Some of these symptoms can include urinary frequency, urgency, and having to urinate at night.

Dr. Peter Schlegel - Improving Prostate Biopsy Patient Care

If you would like to make an appointment to see a urologist specializing in prostate health in NYC, please call our office at (646) 962-9600.

Dr. Peter Schlegel, Professor & Chairman of Urology at Weill Cornell Medicine and Urologist-in-Chief at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, discusses the advancements in prostate biopsy patient care available at the David H. Koch Center of NewYork-Presbyterian.

MRI-Ultrasound Fusion Guided Focal Cryotherapy of Prostate Cancer at Weill Cornell Urology

If you would like to make an appointment to see a urologist specializing in prostate cancer, please call our office at (646) 962-9600.

This educational video discusses the MRI-Ultrasound Fusion Guided Focal Cryotherapy of Prostate Cancer, which is an innovative procedure performed at Weill Cornell Medicine.

You can learn more about prostate cancer treatment and Weill Cornell Medicine's expertise by visiting our prostate cancer resources pages.

Research on SPOP Prostate Cancer Subtype Prognosis and PSA levels

Dr. Christopher Barbieri was interviewed as a co-senior author on new prostate cancer research from Weill Cornell Medicine & colleagues, regarding the interpretation of PSA levels in patients with the SPOP prostate cancer subtype.

"These findings are counterintuitive," said co-senior author Dr. Christopher Barbieri, an assistant professor of urology at Weill Cornell Medicine. "In general, if your PSA is higher, the cancer is more dangerous. However, this study found that tumors associated with a high PSA and SPOP mutations were less dangerous."

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